We tried both vegetable and chicken dishes. The chicken was tender and nicely seasoned. The breads were tender and delicious. The cook knew how to prepare garlic so it tasted good in the lentil soup and vegetable soup. We returned for a second visit and tried different dishes. The foods were just as good on the second visit. I could see minced jalapenos in several dishes, but the peppers must have been seeded and deveined because they tasted sweet, not hot. The portions were generous, so two of us shared one bowl of soup and one entree which came with two vegetable sides.
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